- Overnight Muesli
- Filet Mignon Sorrentine
- Potato Salad
- Country Style Pork Chops
- Juice Soda
- Carrot Ginger Soup
- Mushroom Rosemary Compound Butter
- Banana Sole
- Chicken Stock
- Vegetarian Chili
- Hungarian Chicken and Rice
- Chicken Saltimbocca
- Super Bowl Ideas
- Mussels Marinara
- Spinach Artichoke Dip
- Tortilla Chips
- Marinara Sauce
- Cooking Pasta
- Long Island Cheese Steak
- Taking suggestions
- Restaurant Style Buffalo Wings
- Holiday Pot Roast Recipe
- Chili Cook-off: How to make crowd-pleasing chili
- Chili Powder Recipe: Cumin along!
- Turkey Dressing: Think outside the bird!
Category Archives: Holiday
This beautiful Italian beef dish is served over spinach and eggplant and topped with cheese and a Marsala sauce. Continue reading
Delicious Chicken and prosciutto dish that means Jump-in-the-mouth Continue reading
This is the NY version of a San Franciscan Italian seafood stew. They focus on crabs while I focus on a nice variety of seafood. It’s quick to cook once the seafood is prepped and guaranteed to please every seafood lover. You can make the sauce white or red and once in a while I make it pink with just lobster tails, shrimp and broccoli florets. Continue reading
Great inexpensive summertime or party time dish everyone will enjoy.
Serve with plenty of bread to dip in the sauce.
Salty spicy mushrooms caps, perfect to pick at when you want a little fire to go with your snack. Continue reading
The perfect healthy dip for parties or just to munch on. Use spinach, artichoke hearts and cheese to make this quick and tasty anytime appetizer or Super Bowl snack. Continue reading
Nothing beat homemade tortilla chips and they only take about 10 minutes to cook. Continue reading
This is the perfect Buffalo Wings recipe for Superbowl parties.
Make A delicious pot roast for your holiday party using wine and vegetables. Continue reading
In the restaurant business, we usually cook the stuffing separate from the turkey. Some people may call that sacrilege but to a chef it makes more sense. It allows heat to enter the cavity to cook the breast meat from inside and out. When you put all that cold soggy bread inside a turkey, you need to cook it through so by the time the heat gets to the center the breast is dry. Continue reading